Great retrospectives are all about asking the right questions and collecting the right amount of information. Retrospectives are a waste of time if the team conducting them is not committed to acting on what they uncover. Retrospectives are often used… Continue Reading →
David Grady covers all the angles here except calling out and repeating the same bug number multiple times.
Recently someone complimented me in an unusual way: “You have the best meeting agendas,” they said. I hadn’t ever thought about it because the only thing I ever evaluate is the outcome of my meetings–whether people are engaged, the discussion… Continue Reading →